No matter what the actual number, Nebraska figures prominently in the Mileage Guessing Game. Usually, miles logged the last hour of the day drop considerably from the previous hours. So, if that was the case, MJBFKM won. But, (also so as not to appear biased - but it would save shipping costs), I think there was more activity, just because it was the end of the Challenge. So, in that case, Dwain Leonhardt of Nebraska won, getting within 175,000 of actual, following at 195,000 or so by MJBFKM of the glorious state of Wisconsin. Carly W from Arizona was 3rd, about 260,000 from actual. Then, 4th through 7th are only Nebraskans. Donna Peer, Scott Van Zyl, EM Matteson, and D Dudek. (Sort of like Kentucky on NBA draft day.) Closely behind them was Kathleen Flynn of MD. Rounding out the top 11/12, a little further away were ken Macomber of FL, and the two Pak Benches of HI, and Steve Kahan in RI, only 7 miles away from the 2nd Bench. (Geographically, I think that is impossible.)But, here is the really cool thing. If you took the average of the 5 Nebraskans, they would have collectively taken 1st, just a scant 11,000 miles away from actual!